20 April
Easter week in "Bukovel"

Longing for a mountain retreat after a long, snowy winter? Easter holidays are fast approaching – a perfect opportunity indeed to relax, add versatility to routine and spend some time with family and friends.

This spring, TC “Bukovel” provides a plenty of accommodation, recreation and entertainment options. The choice is yours!

“VODA” recreational complex features heated all-season 300 sq. meter pool, with a perfect water condition of plus 32-34 Celsius, hydromassage, underwater geysers and four outdoor 6-person Jacuzzis. The list of amenities is even more huge with modern sport facilities and gyms, SPA section and children’s room. Delicious meals and refreshing drinks are never more than a few steps away in our cozy Bar&Grill restaurant and fashionable in-pool bar.

Enjoy an active vacation with our quad-bike, horseback and walking guided mountain tours, open football and basketball playgrounds, tennis courts, catamarans and trout fishing in Ukraine’s biggest mountain lake. Speaking of fishing, anglers may rent a grill and cook the trout themselves almost on the spot. If you are not much of a cook, “ZanziBar” restaurant will gladly grill your catch for a reasonable fee!

Our event team is already here to make your vacation even more exciting. Competitions and workshops, children’s contests, quizez and amusements are scheduled every weekend.

This year, Easter preparations in “Bukovel”, followed by festivities – start April 28 and last until May 3. 

Prepare for the holiday! We welcome all our guests to visit special workshops, fully dedicated to egg-painting and decorating Easter baskets.

In Ukraine, Easter Monday (or Wet Monday) is a carefree day of fun and leisure. Here in Bukovel, everyone is free to join the idle festivities with traditional entertainment, plunk songs, merry folk melodies and fiery dances!

On Saturday, Easter celebration is followed by big competition event with popular, slightly comic disciplines. “Hutsulian Games” is a crazy set of free-to-participate challenges like molfar dances, tug of war, wood miser courses, obstacle races, sack races, cooking and sausage-eating contests. To somehow calm down after this festive and tipsy event, Easter fun continues with singing and round-dancing classes on Sunday, May 8.

P.S. Easter is the major religious festival in Ukraine and the most sublime of all holidays. Make sure to support the festive spirit by wearing traditional clothes - embroidered shirts and blouses.